Ozzy Osbourne’s “One Of Those Days” (featuring Eric Clapton) is #1 on the Rock Radio charts (Mediabase); it follows the album’s first single and chart-topping title track, “Patient Number 9” (with Jeff Beck). 

No one can deny that guitarist Randy Rhoads (pictured) was instrumental in launching Ozzy Osbourne’s post-Black Sabbath solo career.  

Forty years later the pair of Clapton (Yardbirds, Cream, Blind Faith and solo) and Beck (Yardbirds, Jeff Beck Group and solo) have helped Ozzy achieve critical acclaim for his “Patient Number 9” album. 

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